Key play: Corey Perry’s second goal of the game, a tiebreaking power-play strike in the third period, propelled the Ducks to a 5-3 come-from-behind victory Tuesday over the Calgary Flames at the Honda Center. The Ducks’ win extended their home winning streak over the Flames to 21 consecutive games.
Pivotal performer: Team captain Ryan Getzlaf had a career-high five points, all assists. He set up third-period goals by Rickard Rakell, Perry and Ryan Kesler. Getzlaf’s only other five-point game was Oct. 29, 2008 against the Detroit Red Wings. The franchise record also five points, set 15 times.
Quote, unquote: “That’s what he brings to the table,” Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said of Getzlaf. “That’s why he’s played on Team Canada twice and won gold medals (in 2010 and ’14) and a Stanley Cup (in ’07). When he plays like that, he’s a force to be reckoned with.”
Illness update: Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen came down with flu-like symptoms and was sent to the doctor before the morning skate. His availability for Wednesday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes was not immediately certain.
Roster move: The Ducks recalled goalie John Gibson from their American Hockey League team in San Diego. He was pressed into service when starter Anton Khudobin gave up two goals on five shots in the game’s first 10:39.
Injury update: Defenseman Hampus Lindholm returned to the Ducks’ lineup after sitting out a 5-0 loss Saturday to the Tampa Bay Lightning because of an upper-body injury. Lindholm was hurt during the Ducks’ 3-1 victory Thursday over the Florida Panthers.